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Fit Fix: Hell Yeah, the New 'Predator' Movie Is Happening

Today in cinematic reboots that might actually do justice to the original, and everything else you need to know.

You're (Still) One Ugly Motherf**cker!: We're getting a new Predator movie! Shane Black (who directed Iron Man 3 and Lethal Weapon) is set to direct, and wrote the script along with Fred Dekker, Black's co-writer from The Monster Squad.


Here we go again, bro.

Posted by Predator on Monday, February 15, 2016


Our thoughts: HELL. YES.

20th Century Fox / 'Predator'

The Snow Queen Heats Up: She didn't make the cover (or any of the three covers, actually) but Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue—and in nothing but body paint.


So excited to be part of this years Sports Illustrated Swimsuit! The body paint took 14 hours to put on but it was worth...

Posted by Lindsey Vonn on Monday, February 15, 2016


"I'm Nothing": Ronda Rousey briefly had suicidal thoughts in the immediate aftermath of her loss to Holly Holm, she admitted in an interview on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday. "To be honest—honestly, I was in the medical room, I was down in the corner, sitting in the corner, and I was like: 'What am I anymore, if I'm not this?'" a tearful Rousey said. "I was literally sitting there and thinking about killing myself, and that exact second, I'm like, 'I'm nothing, what do I do anymore?' And, 'No one gives a shit about me anymore without this.'"


The Grammys: They happened. Taylor Swift won album of the year for 1989, which, weirdly, was released in October 2014. Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson won for "Uptown Funk," which is now old enough to be forever engrained in every gym soundtrack everywhere. Kendrick Lamar won everything else.


No big deal just rolled up with the hottest date.Selena Gomez#grammys

Posted by Taylor Swift on Monday, February 15, 2016


Hat Trick Plus Two: U.S. Soccer's Crystal Dunn notched five goals in a single game against Puerto Rico on Monday night, matching the U.S. record, as the Americans advanced to the semifinals of Olympic qualifying.


It was quite a day for Crystal Dunn, who with 5 goals vs. PUR tied a U.S. record for most goals scored in a match. She...

Posted by U.S. Soccer on Monday, February 15, 2016

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